Articles related to slavery
The Untold History of American Indian Slavery
In southern coastal regions entire tribes were exterminated through slavery compared to disease or war. In a law passed in 1704, Indian slaves were conscripted ...
What Does the Constitution Say About Slavery? - American History
Finally, there was a section where it says that if people held to service or labor ( slavery) in one state escape them must not be freed by the laws of another state.
Slavery and Identity Among the Cherokee - Native American History
The Cherokee, whose homelands were in the deep South, adopted slavery in part to protect their lands from white encroachment. Sometimes intermarrying, their ...
African History -- Slavery and the Slave Trade
... have been captured and sold as slaves within their own continent, across the Atlantic, and in the East. Even today reports in the news suggest slavery still exists.
Types of Slavery in Africa
Whether slavery existed within sub-Saharan African societies before the arrival of Europeans is a hotly contested point between Afrocentric and Eurocentric ...
African Slavery 101 - African History - About.com
Although slavery has been practiced for almost the whole of recorded history, the vast numbers involved in the African slave trade has left a legacy which can not ...
Slavery and the Abolition Movement - African-American History
The nearly 250-year history of slavery in the United States had a profound effect on African-American history. In this section, learn about topics ranging from the ...
How Did Slaves Resist Slavery?
This article explores the avenues of resistance available to slaves in America.
African Slavery and the Slave Trade: Indigenous African Slavery
Indigenous slavery in West Africa, known as pawnship, differed somewhat from the chattel slavery of the trans-Atlantic trade, since pawns would live amongst a ...
The Role of Islam in African Slavery -- Part 2 Using slaves on the ...
When Africans talk of slavery they inevitably mean the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Is this a true representation of the practice in Africa?